The wriggling reliquary of Waking Ambrose.
I have to come back to listen and read, but the bottom photo brings back memories. I had one of those, and it went well with my dollhouse. Too bad those neighbors were so housebound they could never come over to visit.
Weirsdo, I heard that from another reader. I don't know as I've noticed one of those before but it came up on an image search for "medieval German cottage" and I liked it.
Weirsdo, they practice an odd marriage, don't you think? They cannot be in the same air for one moment. I have seen marriages like that, the parties hated each other as rotten apple, but made a fairly good team in the end, each doing his/her part in drawing the coach, bitterness written on their faces. I love the weather couples, though. :)Great episode, I loved it. Good thing when people understand their situations early enough.
That's funny Ariel.Great reading this week.
Ariel, that is probably the moral of this part. Lucky for me I chose that picture so you would write it.Thanks, Weirsdo.
Hi Doug,I'm sure you'd like to know about this: Frenchmen don't bathe they go to dry cleaning.You don't have to wonder anymore,now you know.
Thanks and welcome GP. But is it really still dry cleaning when you bring a bottle of wine?
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